One of the top ways that the MDAD (Misandrist Dating Advice Distraction) tricks men is by deceiving men into thinking women have it just as bad as them in some different but equal way. This is the case with the “men can get relationships easier” myth. With that myth, what happens is that men notice women can get laid easier, but women try to trick men into thinking that men can get relationships easier. However, if you aren’t having sex then you aren’t having a relationship (i.e. there is no such thing as a sexless relationship if you’re neither young nor a religious fundamentalist) so since it’s harder for men to get laid, it is also harder for men to get relationships.
We see something similar when it comes to rejection. Men will point out how they have to deal with most of all the rejection that happens. (This is because men are in the position of having to initiate with women instead of the other way around.) In response to this, women will try to trick men by pointing out that women have to “wait” to get asked out, making “not getting asked out” a form of “rejection”. In other words, men and women are equally rejected just in different ways. Even if you buy that (and you shouldn’t), it still falls apart for women. If “not getting asked out” is a form of rejection, then men are still getting rejected more, even more so than if that wasn’t considered “rejection”. Since women don’t ask out men for the most part, this means that most men are getting even more rejection than the explicit rejections than they already get.
No matter how women try to apply mental gymnastics to the idea of “rejection”, reality has the last word. The reality of the situation is that men have to deal with rejection way more than women do. No matter how the definition of “rejection” is changed, it still ends up being true.
I wish I could take credit for this idea, but I can’t. I found it of all places at The Castrated Men Project. (Even at The Castrated Men Project where you wouldn’t expect men to fight back against feminism, there are men disagreeing with the feminist agenda. This example of male commentors standing up to gynocentric thinking isn’t unique at the site.)